Do you have trouble achieving your goals? Even if you’ve meticulously planned out your year, taking those plans and translating them into accomplishments doesn’t always work out the way you hope.
A powerful framework for achieving your goals is called The 12 Week Year, which is based on a book by Brian Moran and Michael Lennington.
In this episode, we revisit The 12 Week Year and share 5 tips that will help you succeed with it and accomplish your goals faster and more consistently.
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- Brooks’s and Thanh’s top 3 productivity resources for the week [3:24]
- What the 12 Week Year is and why the Asian Efficiency community loves it [5:13]
- Why you should focus on fewer goals than you think [11:06]
- The power of knowing your “why” when setting your goals [19:24]
- What tracking your actions does for accomplishing your 12 Week Year goals [23:42]
- The difference between measuring lead instead of lag indicators [31:21]
- Accountability buddies and how it can increase your motivation when you feel like you don’t have any left [37:04]
- Action steps that can help you get started on your 12 Week Year [41:25]
- Pocket Biases
- How to Beat Your Brain and Conquer Cognitive Biases to Make Better Decisions (TPS152)
- CableCreation 2-in-1 Cable
- How to Take Massive Action on Your Goals by Implementing the 12 Week Year Effectively (TPS138)
- The 12 Week Year: Get More Done in 12 Weeks than Others Do in 12 Months
- Check out the 12 Week Year Dojo course
- Your Money or Your Life: 9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence
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